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Big Story Weather – March 28, 2012

March 28, 2012

RedOrbit Meteorologist Joshua Kelly

Big Story news from March 27, 2012: There were some isolated severe weather reports from the Dakota´s southward into Texas yesterday, but overall it was fairly tranquil day. Out west another storm system was making its way onshore through the Pacific Northwest providing more coastal rains and also moderate mountain snows to the Cascades and Northern California.

Big Story news outlook for March 28, 2012:  Strong low pressure center that is moving though Canada today will be near the Great Lakes region. This will set the stage for some light snow in the extreme Northeast US from Vermont back into Maine, nothing more than 1-2 inches possible. The southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions of the US are seeing High pressure influence the weather with partly to mostly cloudy skies and mild temps ranging from the 60´s in the Mid-Atlantic to the lower 80´s in the Southeast along the Gulf Coast.  It should be quiet throughout the majority of the Central part of the US today as the region is in between weather systems. Out west we are looking for the next storm system to move onshore today bringing with it mountain snows in the Cascades and also Northern California. The coastal cities such as Portland and Seattle can expect to see some rain showers in the area  today.

Big Story news outlook International:  High pressure will be over the East China sea today bringing with it nice conditions to Eastern China, along with the Korean peninsula and the majority of Japan will all enjoy a nice day today. Look for some areas of snow in the Siberian flatlands of Russia. Also, near Mongolia there will be some light snow.  High pressure will continue to influence a vast region of Europe bringing with it nice conditions and temps in the 50-60 range. Australia and the South Pacific will see another nice fall day in store.


Source: RedOrbit Meteorologist Joshua Kelly



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